Pillo Hotel Ashbourne
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPillo Hotel Ashbourne
This hotel was great! It recently changed its name to the Pillo Hotel which made it a little confusing to find but once we did find it it was great. Free parking, nice pool, steam room and sauna. We enjoyed our stay fully and hope to return again! Our bartender, Greg, at the red bar was very helpful, friendly, and knowledgable. He had great suggestions for places to visit. It was a great experience!
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... of a mound where celts had made a little sanctuary. By the top we got up there we had seen several people fall. There was so much rain and wind that it looked like it was coming in sideways. After that we went to lunch. We began to head beach towards Dublin. We stopped at St Patrick's cathedral. It was beautiful and I love looking at church's. The architecture is astonishing. After today I will never complain about rain or wind ...
... feta and parsley. After lunch we went to the Dublin Castle. It was amazing. I learned even more about the 1916 Easter Revolt, and found it very interesting. Inside was very beautiful, however learning about the history of Ireland and England’s impact, made it slightly less impressive. In the afternoon mum and I went shopping in Grafton St, and dad went to a gallery and visited the General Post Office (principal site of the 1916 uprising).
... t get to the airport until just after 5.30. The Emirates/Qantas book in counters were not open, so we sat for about 45 minutes waiting. We had a drink, went thru customs and the duty free areas and then sat on a comfortable sofa with our feet up watching the football on TV. Boarding started at 8.40, and we were the last group to board as we were only 8 rows from the entrance door. We were in the centre on the aisle, had a passageway behind ...
... used for tours and providing whiskey and food to guests. The main distillery itself is now in Cork. We had some time before the next tour started, so we sat in the bar area and ordered a drink. I got a hot whiskey, which was made with Jameson, hot water, sugar, and a lemon with cloves stuck into it. It is such a warming and wonderful drink, perfect for if you’re under the weather or just want a hot drink to nurse after stepping out of the cold. Jeremy went for ...
... decided to join them for another night out in Irish town, trackiedacks and all. I'm so glad we did - that feeling of Irish dancing to Galway Girl sung by 4 old Irish codgers is something I'll never forget. On the walk back to the hostel, we walked past many buskers. One particular band of 6 really got under my skin, like all good music does. The long haired, pasty white skin and long orange beards of these Irish fellows played instruments like I've never seen before. ...